HEC St. Louis' Home of Education, Arts and Culture (hecmedia.org)
Nick Rousseau and Ben Smith interviewed Ken S., the museum's assistant director for this educational piece on the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum. Thanks Nick and Ben for helping us preserve the history of the telephone!
Living St. Louis nineNetwork of Public Media (PBS Channel 9 in St. Louis)
Kara Vaninger stopped by the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum for a visit and interviewed Carol J., Ken S. and Bob R. for this segment. It was great meeting you, Kara. Come back and visit us anytime!
Here is a link to the Living St. Louis segment:
Show Me St. Louis KSDK (Channel 5 in St. Louis)
Dana Dean dropped by the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum and interviewed Carol J. and Ken S. Thanks for visiting us, Dana! We really enjoyed showing you our collection and sharing some stories with you!
Tom visited the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum and created a very detailed video of the museum. To see more of Tom's videos, search for Adventures in TV-Land. Thanks for the video, Tom!
St. Louis Museums Blog
Peggy visited the museum and documented her experience on her St. Louis Museums blog. For more information about the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum as well as dozens of other museums in the Saint Louis area, visit Peggy's blog using the link below.
Columbia Missourian Tourism Guide 2021 Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum Harks Back to Era of Wall-Mounted Phone and Rotary Dials by Joel Green
Joel Green created a wonderful article that was published in the tourism special section (page 48) of the Columbia Missourian newspaper (Columbia, MO). Below is a link to his article:
St. Louis Public Radio 90.7 KWMU Retired Southwestern Bell Workers Unite to Preserve Telephone History in New St. Louis Museum
St. Louis On The Air host, Don Marsh sat down with Carol J. and Ken S. to discuss the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum and the history of telephones. The museum was part of the recurring segment featuring St. Louis' quirky and small hidden museums.